Chaz Davies To Remain In The World Superbike Championship As Aruba.it Rider Coach.
Welshman Chaz Davies may have retired from motorbike racing but he will still play a big part in the World Superbike Championship, he now has a new role as Rider Coach for Aruba.it Ducati.
Chaz will be working with Alvaro Baustista and Michael Ruben Rinaldi in the World Superbike Championship as well as all-new rider Nicolo Bulega, who is making his debut in the WorldSSP Championship.
Chaz is certainly no stranger to the Ducati machinery, he had 89 podium finishes whilst riding for Ducati, 28 of those podiums were race victories.
Chaz Davies – Aruba.it Rider Coach
I’m absolutely thrilled to remain part of the racing world and especially with the Aruba.it – Ducati family, with whom I enjoyed the best years of my racing career. It will be an interesting perspective to see the action from ‘the other side of the fence’! I believe that with my seven years of experience as an official Ducati rider and knowledge of both the Ducati V2 and V4 bikes I am well equipped to contribute to the future success of the team. We have excellent riders for the 2022 WorldSBK and WorldSSP campaigns and I will give everything I can to maximise their potential. I want to thank Stefano Cecconi, Feel Racing and Ducati for this opportunity and can’t wait to get started!
Stefano Cecconi – Aruba.it Ducati Team Principal
We are happy to be able to count on Chaz again, albeit in a new role both for him and for our team. His experience will certainly be of great help to our riders, allowing them to express their full potential. His contribution to the SuperSport project will also be fundamental for both Nicolo Bulega and the team, as the Panigale V2 has the DNA of the twin-cylinder Superbikes on which Chaz achieved outstanding results over the past years.
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